Anime: "The Disastrous Life of Saiki K." It is on e of the most awful series I have ever watched. Yet, the gags are so off the wall and hilarious I can't seem to stop watching. Avoid this at all cost, it's too late for me ROFL.

Series: "Baki". I am getting seriously tired of the way the story line runs on and on in stupid worship of no rule street fighting. However, the misspellings in the subtitles are hilarious.

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Does anyone else think political correctness has gone mad?

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I thought I CW'd that but you know, I don't really care either way.

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Fediverse: how did you start learning computing? I want to hear your stories. Please RT!

This is my little girl, who knows all her tricks. She plays dead when I point and say "BANG". Only the second dog I've ever trained. We taught her to not ever bite and all she's ever needed was a gentle no and a bit of water. Loves everyone, gets testy when you don't say hi!

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Korean series "Black". 18 episodes, perhaps a bit bloody but intense all the way through. They start tying up everything at episode 14 all the while maintaining an intensity I've not ever seen all the way.

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Hot take:
"anti vaxxer" is way too benign...
Let's call them "plague revivalists"

I think I'm getting better at this Mahjong game merely because I'm starting to understand the algorithm it uses to guarantee each game can be won.

"Parasyte the Maxim" uses single sideband and BFO techniques to produce a uniquely modified voice for the opening song. Beautifully done but really hard to distinguish the words if you don't have the subtitles for them.

My favorite anime cliche' has got to be: "Well of course, everyone knows about that but you, random member"

Interesting, the lan card also has a WOL enable/disable bit. It's in it's eprom. Might boot windows and check if you need to turn it on in the device manager in that big list of settings. It should remain on even if card is removed after.

So, if you create a UID > int_max, said user can use all the systemctl commands under Linux. I did a tiny bit of research and I found two things.
1. You need to be a privileged user to create such a UID.
2. Such UID's will not ever exist except deliberately, or something else is really really broken.

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Hi people on this Mastodon server!

On This Node We:
- mark NSFW stuff as sensitive
- use content-warnings
- try to be our best selves <3

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